No confidence

The AFC released on Friday last a letter to the President of Guyana in which it advised that it will be tabling in the National Assembly a motion of no confidence in the government. The reason stated in the letter is that the AFC finds it “wholly unacceptable” that the government is spending from the Consolidated Fund in excess of the amount approved by the National Assembly under the Appropriations Act.

Under article 106(6) the constitution provides that “the Cabinet including the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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